If you want more gearing options you could do a 203/205 doubler, then you'd be cool
I've been running my 205 that came with my truck over 47 years ago.If you want something that is going to outlast the truck, don't mess around with used junk go straight for an Atlas.
Starting in 1994, four wheel drive Dodge Rams used a part-time, synchronized transfer case (NV231, NV241, or NV241HD) which had four wheel drive low and neutral modes along with rear wheel drive and high-gear four wheel drive. The low-range ratio was 2.72 and there was no center different
The NV 231 HD transfer case used on Ram 1500 was a strengthened version of the one used on the Dakota; it had a larger main shaft and a wider chain and sprockets for greater durability. It was lighter and shifted more smoothly than the transfer case used in the Ram 150.
The NV 241 was standard on Ram 2500 and was a modified version of the transfer case used for both D150 and D250 models; the changes were a new housing and shifter mechanism. Jeep also used this in standard and NV241OR "Rock-Trac" form; the latter had a center differential and 4.0 low ratio.
The new NV 241 HD transfer case was standard on all Ram 3500s and on 2500s with 8800-pound GVWR, optional on the 2500 with 7500 pound GVWR. Shifting was easier due to a larger synchronizer, and it was 58 pounds lighter than its predecessor. For durability, it had a wider chain and sprockets than the NV 241 transfer case.
Take it with a grain of salt....From the new venture page on All Par.
I wouldn't mind having one of these, provided it wasn't rusted or beat to death. IIRC all 94's were regular cabs. My 95 1500 5.9 4x4 was great, I only had to get rid of it to get my first mortgage. Big mistake.just curious, I’m going to look at a 94 2500 5.9 gasser later today. 4wd 82k miles. family friend wants to part ways with it